The youngest president of the United States was ____. ____ came into office in 1901, just before his 43rd birthday, when McKinley was killed. ____ was born on Oct. 27, 1858 in New York City. Along with his defective eyesight, Teedie, as he was called as a child, suffered from asthma almost from birth. Because he had been such a sickly child, ____ was a very active adult, doing things such as playing tennis, practicing Judo, taking boxing lessons, hiking, hunting, swimming, and climbing mountains. ____ managed to acquire land in Central America so America could build the Panama Canal. Although ____ left the presidency in 1909, he offered his services when World War I broke out in 1917, but was denied by the current president, Woodrow Wilson.
This president wore a ring containing a lock of Abe Lincoln's hair to his inauguration.
This president would jog around the Washington Monument after a busy day at the White House.
During this president's term, United States citizenship was granted to Native Americans of the Five Civilized Tribes.
During this president's term, Oklahoma became the forty-sixth state of the United States.
This president once said "Every immigrant who comes here should be required within five years to learn English or leave the country."
Who is this president?
William H. Taft Herbert Hoover William McKinley Woodrow Wilson Harry Truman Theodore Roosevelt